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side, the race between hillary clinton and bernie sanders is too close to call. >> i am excited about really getting into the debate with senator sanders about the best way forward to fight for us and america. >> the people of iowa have sent a develop profound message to the political establishment. >> reporter: the presidential hopefuls gave one final pitch at caucus sites before votes were cast. as many as 400,000 iowans expected to show up at some 2,000 locations. >> this year's really important. a lot's changed the past eight years. >> reporter: for the republicans even a third-place finish here is key giving that candidate momentum moving into new hampshire. overnight, martin o'malley and mike huckabee did suspend their campaigns with all political eyes shifting over to new hampshire already. everyone's focused on next
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reporting live in des moines, brandi hitt, abc news. back over to you. >> before you go, i was really surprised. everyone kind of said going into in that if there was overwhelming turnout, ha donald trump would fare better. what can you tell us about the turnout last night? >> that's what everybody's been talking about. they had record breaking turnout for the gop but it didn't help trump. we're seeing all the poll numbers come in and the very conservative voters ended up going straight to ted cruz. fewer, a lower turnout than expected for the democrats and while bernie sanders got the young voters hillary clinton pulled more of the voters who said they want to continue the same policies that barack obama has been implementing over the last eight years, reena and kendis. >> quite a nail biter right there in des moines. thank you. let's dig deeper into what these results mean going forward. the new hampshire primary one week ag. >> shushannah walshe is there in des moines. start with the republicans
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divided party now has twos strong alternatives we would say to donald trump. how bigging is that? >> reporter: it is quite significant. really just until recently, many in the party had resigned themselves to possibly a donald trump nominee. now there's two possible alternatives. and remember, yes, he came in second but barely because marco rubio had that strong, came in a strong third. of course, this is from the candidate who talks all the time about winning. >> possible could trump lose new hampshire too? >> well, reena, he's always been leading in the polls in new hampshire by a wider marge than the difference here in iowa. but it's definitely possible. why in because all of the stories and the coverage out of iowa where a lot of voters are going to be paying attention to will be that he did not win here. that essentially it's a loss.
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the early states, it's a lot about the perception gained. and because donald trump talks about winning pre single day on the campaign tray, this is a loss. and new hampshire voters, well, they may be paying attention to it. >> as far as the democratic side is concerned, there was a strong showing from sanders last night. moving forward, what does this mean? >> well, it means that he has the momentum. now, of course, the race we have not called a winner yet. there are still precincts out and votes out yet to be counted. but it's -- you have to remember that just recently, bernie sanders was trailing badly to hillary clinton and she was seen as the inevitable candidate. does that sound familiar? yes, because that's what happened in 2008. and again, it's a bad night for hillary clinton here in iowa. >> fascinating. it makes politics exciting i have to say. abc's. >> really exciting night. >> abc's deputy political director shush walsh.
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donald trump lost but even though sarah palin campaign ford him, the former republican vice presidential candidate said america needs trump because he's "going rogue all the time." she said he smeeks out what's on people's hearst and minds and even the poll from the mainstream media reflect that. >> i think for first time i'm going to say we can believe the polls. usually i say they're only good for spripers and cross-country skiers but this time i think the polls are right. >> staying classy there. sarah palin. those polls turned out to be wrong or a lot of undecided voters decided against trump in the end. palin says she will support the nominee whoever it is. i'm curious if the fact he dropped out of the fox news debate had an impact. people were turned off by that. our coverage of the iowa caucuses does not end here. we'll be checking in with marco rubio's campaign later this next half hour.
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to snee. mrs. making news this morning, a news team from our san diego affiliate was injured while covering a story while reporting on fallen trees, another tree fell on the reporter and photographer. they were about to go live when the free fell. news photographer mike gold suffered a compound fracture off his leg but was able to call 911 and the reporter marie cornell has more extensive injuries. people in the plain states are getting ready for massive snowstorm. supermarkets called in extra workers to stock shelves as shoppers got ready for the storm. most say they're not worried at least not too much and are looking forward to the day off as long as they have the right munchies. accuweather's paul williams shows the storm and its impact from denver to green bay. >> thanks, reena, kendis. a monster of a snowstorm is going to cause problems with road closures, blizzard
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and drifting snow. it's going to affect the folks in the denver area, sliding throughout central portions of nebraska, going into kansas, just about all of iowa and then finally culminating and crescendoing more so throughout wisconsin. not only there in the deep south, particularly along i-55, greatest rick for severe weather and tornados. kendis, reena? >> thank you. if you prefer to get your forecast from a rodent, punxsutawney phil does his thing later in pennsylvania today. if the famed groundhog sees his shadow, legend says we'll have six more weeks of winter. if he doesn't, we can expect warmer temperatures. >> we haven't had six weeks of winter yet. we had one storm but we'll see. >> you think he's going to see his shadow. >> i get my forecast from him and the farmers almanac every year. >> we've all seen military or police dogs chasing down guys in their protective suits as part
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the democratic race at this year's iowa caucuses. vermont senator bernie sanders and hillary clinton deadlocked at 50/50. and an upset on the republican side. donald trump who had been enjoying a clear and steady lead in the polls recently finished second by just 4 percentage points behind senator ted cruz and florida senator marco rubio seen there finished in third place just 1 point behind trump. >> in some ways marco rubio is the big republican winner this morning. he did better than the polls predicted while avoiding trump's scorched earth criticism. >> that puts wings under his wings. we cover the rubio campaign. good morning, inez. >> hey, that's right, guys. so big, big night for marco rubio tonight. he came in third. we suspected he would come in third but this was such a close race, he basically tied donald trump. the latest polls had him at a distant third. this did come as a bit i've
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i'll let you listen to what the campaign was billing as marco rubio's speech. >> so this is the moment they said would never happen. for months, for months they told us we had no chance. for months, they told us because we offered too much optimism in a time of anger we had no chance. they told me that we have no chance because my hair wasn't gray enough and my boots were too high. >> he also congratulated ted cruz who won iowa and rubio thanked his iowa supporters >> i am grateful to you, iowa. you believed in me when others didn't think this night would be possible. >> reporter: and with the campaign really wanted out of iowa was momentum, not necessarily a first-place finish but momentum or marco men tum as they're calling it and tonight's close third-place finish will certainly help with that. reena, kendis. >> inness, thank you. thank you to so many of our
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such a great job. has anybody lost new hampshire and iowa and still gone on to get account nominationing? >> new hampshire and iowa. >> apparently in 1972, mcgovern lost both new hampshire and iowa and didn't win till april in wisconsin primary and he went on to win the party's nomination. >> so you're saying this morning that there's hope for gilmore? who lost last night. >> that's not what i'm saying. >> hope springs eternal for a lot of people. >> too critical of campaigns. be clear to see what happens for new hampshire next week and south carolina following quickly. >> nevada. coming up in our next half hour, more coverage of the iowa caucuses, the neck and neck race between hillary clinton and bernie sands. the democratic contenders tough fight in the battleground states and their strategy as all eyes now it urn to new hampshire. >> first the running mates, the candidates' spouses and the roles they play in the campaign race opening up about the people
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yeah rock guitar stand by your man and show the world you love him he's given all the love he can >> good one. >> yep. you know you've heard them in the debates and sound bites and ads but to really get to know the presidential candidates, you should probably ask their better halves. >> the supporters who probably know them best. abc's linsey davis caught up with the lifelong running mates. >> it's been said you can tell a lot about a person by the company they keep. >> i was so impressed with her
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>> reporter: so perhaps the best way to get a sense of who the presidential candidates are -- >> he's so passionate and compassionate and lots of fun. >> reporter: is to talk to the people who likely know them best. their spouse or collectively their spice. >> don't worry, you've got my vote. that was the first words i spoke to bernie. >> i remember meeting him and him saying he was randy paul. i think it was probably our fourth or fifth date. i started calling him rand. and he liked it. >> reporter: they've seen them at their best. >> the first time when he operated on a baby in the womb, that was incredible. >> reporter: and stood by them in their deepest despair. for carly and frank fiorina, that meant enduring the loss of a 34-year-old daughter to drug addiction. >> it was just a bad year. carly had cancer. 11 operations. chemo. radiation. but when laury died, you know
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life pale in comparison. >> reporter: people seem to either love or hate ted cruz. polarizing. > if you are not in there trying to fix the problem, you don't like the problem fixer. >> reporter: for the people who just see chris christie and want to say he's a name caller, he's brash, he lacks self-control. how would you help them to see your husband as more presidential? >> the handful of name calling that has been caught on video sometimes, there was always a purpose to that. >> you have a big saying who the nominee is. >> he's not a great cocktail party conservationist. that can come off as being perhaps prickly or aloof. he would much rather sit down and have more one-on-one or substantive conversation. >> so while the candidates now woo america, hair spouses fondly remember their own courtship and
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like this. so the coin landed heads down. that means it was in favor of clinton. this took place at the weeks middle school gymnasium. >> this is 2016 in america. >> it could have ever been a shoot-out. >> that's true. back 100 years ago. no doubt. so take a look at this. speak of politics, one kid has been trying to take selfies with all the candidates. awkward one with marco rubio there. here he is with jeb bush. so his goal he said was to try to take selfies with everybody. his one holdout was ted cruz. here is what he did. he pretended to be proposing to his friend. he had a t-shirt and he had his female companion. he got down on one knee and proposed and then he scored the selfie with ted cruz. >> that was the selfie after the proposal. there's marco rubio. it was with ted cruz. >> with him and his friend and ted cruz. >> was cruz upset he came over and got the selfie? >> ted didn't know.
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this morning on "world news now," campaign surprises from iowa. the humbling moment for donald trump. the big shift for the republicans, and the drama from the democrats. >> speaking of the democrats and hillary clinton delivering a victory speech when the race was too close to call? we're live in des moines with extensive political coverage. >> and new this half hour, prospective jurors got a big surprise. >> they got notices to phone in for duty but the number was not
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call. >> uh-oh. later in "the skinny" from a group date to a memorable cocktail party. it was an unforgettable night on "is the bachelor." our senior analyst is here with his exclusive kiss count on this tuesday, february 2nd. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> we say good morning. it is tuesday. i'm kendis gibson. >> and i'm reena ninan. we begin with the upset at this year's iowa caucuses. so iowa voters handed no candidate a landslide victory. the biggest surprise was the stunning defeat of donald trump finishing in second place only four percentage points behind texas senator ted cruz and florida senator marco rubio finishing a close third. >> the race was even tighter between the top two democrats, vermont senator bernie and sanders and hillary clinton neck and neck in a race still too
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abc's david wright begins our coverage from des moines. >> and god bless the great state of iowa. >> reporter: more signs that nothing is inevitable in 2016. trumped billionaire donald trump. >> iowa has sent notice that the republican nominee and the next president of the united states will not be chosen by the media. but will be chosen by we, the people, the american people. >> reporter: on the democratic side, too close to call. even as hillary clinton declared victory -- >> so as i stand here tonight, breathing a big sigh of relief, thank you, iowa. bernie sanders i want wasn't conceding anything. >> it looks like we are in a virtual tie. >> reporter: the hard fought campaign touched every corner of this rural farm state, all 99 counties. a record number of gop caucusgoers turned out to
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more than 180,000 statewide. for donald trump, the front-runner most of the way here, the question has always been, would those huge crowds at the trump rallies translate into huge crowds of trump voters. >> we finished second and i want to tell you something, i'm just honored. i'm really honored. and i want to congratulate ted. >> reporter: the third-place finisher on the republican side, marco rubio also treated as a victory. >> for months, for months they told us we had no chance. >> reporter: the iowa caucus gets a lot of attention because it comes first, but in many ways this state is not exactly representative of the rest of the nation. no sooner have the caucus results been counted and it's onward to new hampshire. some with a boost, others slightly bruised, the battle in both parties now in full swing. >> on to new hampshire. so long, everybody. >> reporter: i'm david wright in des moines. okay, so with the cruz
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statistical tie for the democrats, let's continue our coverage right now from iowa. >> abc's brandi hitt is live in des moines this morning. hey, brandi, the results still coming in. so what are you hearing from the campaigns right now? >> reporter: you know, in the victory rallies i think a lot was said especially when you listen to ted cruz and marco rubio. they were energized tonight and for good reason. they both finished well. ted cruz winning, rubio coming in third. on the democratic side, it was interesting to hear both hillary clinton and bernie sanders kind of declare victory even though this race is too close to call because they're likely going to be splitting the delegates from the iowa caucuses. i'm curious to see what ends up happening in the end. but you could hear on the sanders' camp sometimes the crowd would roar so loudly, he just had to laugh. this was a big victory for him to come out. he had a huge voter turnout. it was interesting to also hear clinton say that she was breathing a sigh of relief. you know, this is the state she lost back in 2008, reena and kendis.
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clinton and bernie sanders. but with ted cruz leading the republicans, who were you thinking were other winners tonight? >> reporter: marco rubio, all analysts say he was definitely one of the winners tonight because everyone's talking about how close of a race this was. if you were looking at the numbers throughout the night here in iowa, you would hear oohs and ahs in the crowd because he was so close to donald trump at one point, a lot of people thought he might even come in second, reena and kendis. > eager to see what happens in new hampshire. abc's brandi hitt reporting live from des moines. thanks so much. by the time iowa voters got together for caucuses last night, a couple of republican candidates had already moved on. ohio governor john kasich held three town hall meetings in new hampshire on monday. primary voters weigh in one week from today. chris christie was appealing to voters in the granite state. both governors got just 2% of the vote in iowa. stay with abc news all morning long for more coverage of the
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later this half hour, an update from the hillary clinton campaign. well, another major story we're following is the growing outbreak of the zika virus. the world health organization has now declared the virus a global emergency. zika has been linked to thousands of cases of brain damage in babies mostly in south america. the cdc added four more countries to its travel alert, because of the virus. american samoa, costa rica, nicaragua and the caribbean island, as well. hundreds of residents near cleveland were forced to leave their homes after a train derailed and caught fire. investigators in the village of brewster say a butane tanker may have sparked the fire. two cars of the train left the track because of the fumes and the threat of explosion. people were sent to the local high school. the wal-mart trucker involved in the tracy morgan crash pleading not guilty. the june, 2014 accident severely injured morgan and killed one of his friends, both riding in a
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kevin roper faces aggravated manslaughter and other charges. his attorney plans to ask the charges all be dismissed. investigators say roper had not slept for 25 hours and was speeding at the time. >> and comedian bill cosby is expected in court today for a hearing on his sexual assault charges. at issue is whether the district attorney's office agreed not to prosecute cosby on the 2004 charges in exchange for his statement in a civil suit. the current d.a. says there was no such deal. the district attorney at the time is expected to testify that there was, and cosby's attorney is asking that the charges be dismissed. a surprise for prospective jurors in mississippi. their jury duty notice contained several phone numbers to call to determine if they had to show up that morning. so when the local number didn't work, many of the prospective jurors called the second number. it's a toll free number and boy, oh, boy, did they get a wrong number. >> i heard for hot girls, press
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for hot guys, press 2. and i went ahead and hung up. i knew that wasn't right. it wasn't the courthouse. >> reporter: what were you >> i was shocked. >> missing a key piece of the story. what happens when you press one or two? >> what happens when you press three? do you get both? >> prospective jurors were also worried that they would be fined for not showing up. so the clerk says one digit was off and he's really embarrassed by the error. he's sending out an apology. that would make for interesting jury duty. >> it is. >> right? imagine? all right. so in years past, the tuesday before super bowl was media day when the teams answered all sorts of weird questions being asked by reporters and by others. not anymore. fined. >> media day has been replaced with what the nfl calls super bowl opening. both teams were there.
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high catwalk. >> carolina quarterback cam newton answered questions with a towel tied around his head. denver's peyton manning said that he hasn't made up his mind about retiring yet. and to everyone's credit, no one repeated the phrase "i'm just here so i don't get fined," over and over again. >> my other one was, what did he say? marshawn also said i believe in action, boss. wasn't that a line? >> was it? i don't remember that one from marshawn. >> it was kind of cool like having the interactions with the players. >> you don't like the new setup. >> not necessarily. >> did you e-mail roger goodell? >> i'll get on it. coming up a potential shocker for fans of one direction, including myself. >> you're a big 1d fan. >> also ahead, adele gets political sending a big message to a major presidential candidate. that's in "the skinny" and our bonus round. >> and we'll return to our top story, the iowa caucuses and the reaction from hillary clinton's campaign in des moines after
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party she spoke but didn't declare victory. it was kind of odd. abc's liz kreutz covers the campaign and files this report for us this morning. >> reporter: good morning, reena and kendis. yeah. kind of a confusing night here. hillary clinton abruptly came on stage with bill clinton and chelsea. she gave remarks an saying she's breathing a sigh of relief, but never said the word victory. >> i will always work to achieve the america that i believe in where the promise of that dream that we hold out to our children and our grandchildren never fades. but inspires generations to come. join me, let's go win the nomination. thank you all and god bless you! >> reporter: the clinton campaign says they believe they've won but things still seem a little bit confusing. obviously, abc news has yet to project a winner in the democratic caucus. reena and kendis? >> you know the way they do it
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they have a proportion of the votes, you know, to go on. so just because you lose iowa doesn't necessarily mean you lose the whole state in the election. >> both of them are technically tied as far as the delegate count goes. talking about sanders and hillary clinton. but it was clear that this was the a disappointment for them. they were feeling confident all day long going into the caucuses last night. >> do you know the iowa democratic party can actually declare a winner but they're kind of like, we're not going to do that. can you blame them? >> coming up, a very different kind of race. candidates vying for the heart of "the bachelor." >> our senior analyst is back with a report including an emotional cocktail party. >> the skinny up next.n
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ben and amanda. she's the divorced mother of two. excuse me. they went on a hot air balloon ride. and you can say that their connection really took off. get it? okay. >> because they took off. >> the thing about amanda is, anybody who was watching noticed how many times she said the word "like." she said the word "like" like way too many times. >> that's a code. >> i'll tell you what, but, like, amanda got the like rose. let's, like, move along. rapidly. >> i like her. >> group date. espanol class. they were hablaing espanol. learning how to habla espanol. ben getting down on one knee again this whole thing. then they learned all that they used all that they learned to buy some groceries.
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olivia, who the world hates now, was cooking on a team with ben. these two people who ran the restaurant where they were doing this whole thing said that ben and olivia's food looked like dog food. so that was as if to say it didn't look good. the cooking contest was won by jubilee and lauren b. >> yes. >> so that went well. speaking of jubilee -- >> how is she doing? >> well, she didn't do too good. >> oh, no, no. >> she was going by the nickname jubes on this one. so jubes, everything got weird with jubes at the cocktail party after the group date. she told ben she was being overshadowed. she admitted pulling out of their relationship. ben sort of got through the drama by saying maybe it was best to say good-bye. >> no. >> yeah. >> the black girl leaves? >> so much for jubilee. so much for jubes. >> always happens. >> she was escorted to the door.
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>> now, later on, the cocktail party amongst the ten women who were now left, basically the bottom line is nobody likes olivia, as we've already established. olivia basically told amanda that, i don't know, she said something about teen mom. olivia told her that she reminded her of snooki being a hot mess all the time. >> oh, no. >> then we get the twin that's left in it, she gets all emotional worked up at theing ben that olivia's a jerk. ben's like, he's starting to question if he knows who olivia is. he basically calls her out. can i talk to you for a minute. >> catching on, huh? >> he might be catching on. olivia already had a rose. but that didn't happen. then the episode came to an end. but not before the kiss count. >> oh. >> kiss count, kiss count this went well, kendis. >> oh, man. >> wow. >> nine. >> is that a record? >> he was busy. >> that's a season high.
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>> for those counting. and we are. but to be continued. >> so nobody got a rose today? >> well, you know, there were roses handed out to olivia. olivia got a rose and amanda got a rose. >> before tonight. >> well, before the rose ceremony. but there was no rose ceremony. >> no need for one. >> yeah. >> the episode ended to be so to be continued. analyst out. >> i think next year will be our finally. let's hope. thanks, jack. >> turning now to some other headlines including "dancing with the stars" our favorite val is facing major legal challenges. >> it stems from a meme he shared on his facebook page. the text reading "letting your kid become obese should be considered child abuse." the girl in the photo's family is suing the dancer for $6 million claiming he humiliated a child with down's syndrome who is at much higher risk of obesity. >> val's facebook page has over 300,000 fans. in response to the lawsuit, he
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side of the story if anyone will still be listening. >> turning back to politics and the world's top singer at this moment piling on trump as he fell short of winning the caucuses. and here's why. >> thank you all. starting in my heart >> that's adele's song "rolling in the deep," blaring at a recent trump rally. but the singer wants it to stop. bonus round next. it to stop. bonus round next. cleaner with bleach is no match for that. but lysol power toilet bowl cleaner eliminates mineral build-up effortlessly and kills 99.9% of germs. to get your toilet truly clean, why choose anything other than the power of lysol? and to keep it that way for up to 4 weeks
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for directioners. the nickname for fans of the wonderful band arguably the greatest band of all time, one direction. >> like you, kendis, you're a big fan. >> sorry, but the band's biggest star harry styles may be signaling a departure from the group. styles has officially split from his long-time management team. >> he's the one with the long hair. here's where it gets bad though. >> apparently his new management has said they're working on launching his solo career by around this time next year. the band has previously said they're going on hiatus, but this latest development might make it harder for them to keep going. but we do wish harry and the boys the very best. maybe a reunion concert in a few years. >> or a movie. >> yes. next, regular people furious with the rich and famous for their advantages. >> it's definitely new. but the news is that brooklyn beckham, the 16-year-old son of victoria and david beckham landed a gig shooting the latest social media campaign for the fashion company burberry.
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fans of fashion were critical calling out nepotism over the hiring choice. >> some pointed out that young beckham didn't even know how to hold the camera properly. but burberry did not back down saying brooklyn has a really great eye. he does have great eyes. >> good luck. we like young people getting a chance, even if they are rich and famous. >> they get enough chances. >> we've got new details of the music rivalry coming to light. l.a. reid's new memoir telling stories how michael jackson loved to watch prince mess up. ""purple rain"" prince, that guy. >> roid says while at neverland ranch, he watched videos of prince messing up on stage the early '80s to mj's delight. that wasn't all. jackson then hopped in prince's movie "under the cherry moon" to spoke more fun at his rival. prince was such a big deal. maybe sometimes you like to see
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maybe that was what that was about. >> that was movie was kind of laughable. i can kind of understand it. >> okay. >> it got 25% on rotten tomatoes. it's not my opinion. it's your people, ""purple rain"" was a little bit better.
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it has to be given to you. freely. it's consent. because sex without it... isn't sex. it's rape. consent. if you don't get it, you don't get it. it's on us to stop sexual assault. learn how and take the pledge at itsonus.org. good morning. i'm kendis gibson. >> and i'm reena ninan with some of the top stories we're following this morning on "world news now." upset in iowa. donald trump loses to ted cruz in this year's iowa caucus with presumptive shoo-in hillary clinton in a deadlock with bernie sanders. a race still too close to call. we're live in des moines coming up. and now on to new hampshire where they will hold a primary
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>> ohio governor john kasich and new jersey governor chris christie already there after earning 2 percentage of the vote in iowa. >> bill cosby is expected in court today in pennsylvania for a hearing. at issue is whether an agreement with a district attorney's office more than a decade ago promised no prosecution on sexual harassment charges. >> it's groundhog day. if punxsutawney phil sees his shadow, it's supposed to mean six more weeks of winter. if not, it's an early spring. those are some of our top stories on this tuesday, february 2nd. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning, everyone. we begin with the first test of the presidential candidates handing no one a grand slam victory. >> yes, but there were plenty of people claiming victory last night. iowa caucuses and their voters showed just how divided they are in the democratic race with the
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deadlocked in a race still too close to call with vermont senator bernie sanders, once written off as a fringe candidate. >> and on the republican side, texas senator ted cruz edged out a victory against donald trump with florida senator marco rubio finishing in a surprisingly strong third place. abc's brandi hitt is live in des moines, iowa with the latest. hey, brandi, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, reena. good morning, kendis. ted cruz and his campaign are celebrating big-time this morning. the republican race was pretty darn close. it's still too close to call for the democrats. and you could tell this election here in iowa really mattered to the voters because the iowa gop record-breaking turnout overnight. drama in iowa. a huge win for ted cruz. >> tonight is a victory for courageous conservatives across iowa and across this great nation. >> reporter: upsetting gop front-runner donald trump. >> we will go on to easily beat
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>> reporter: and marco rubio running strong. >> tonight we have taken an the first step, but an sporn step towards winning this election. >> reporter: on the democratic side, the race between hillary clinton and bernie sanders is too close to call. >> i am excited about really getting into the debate with senator sanders about the best way forward to fight for us and america! >> the people of iowa have sent a very profound message to the political establishment. >> reporter: the presidential hopefuls gave one final pitch at caucus sites before the votes were cast. as many as 400,000 iowans expected to show up at some 2,000 locations. >> this year is really important. a lots changed in the past eight years. >> reporter: for the republicans, even a third-place finish here is key, giving that candidate momentum moving into new hampshire. and you should see just how
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has cleared overnight. all political eyes are quickly shifting over to new hampshire where the first primary is scheduled to take place next week. in fact, chris christie and jeb bush weren't even here in iowa yesterday waiting to see the results. they hopped on a plane and are ready to campaign in new hampshire. bright and early tomorrow morning. or this morning i should say, excuse me. >> and brandi, it was quite a different side we saw of donald trump. what can you tell us about that? >> reporter: you know, if you watched his acceptance speech or you know, concession speech i should say, for coming in second, he appeared very humble. this is a man who is notorious for disliking losers and he came in second. he's always been very aggressive with his language. here he said he was happy with second place because he said that everyone discouraged him from even coming to iowa to campaign, that he would never even place in the top ten. so he says second is good enough. and his numbers are really, really good in new hampshire right now. a lot of the polls show him with
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i have a feeling he's going to do pretty well there next week, reena and kendis. >> brandi, congratulations. >> i think you're the first reporter to use humble and donald trump in the same sentence together. we hope you get out. >> very true. i don't know if it will happen again. >> abc's brandi hitt live in des moines, iowa. thank you so much. they have a snowstorm coming. i'm not sure if she can get her plane or not. >> it is a presidential race that has so far been turbulent and unpredictable and now even more turbulent and unpredictable >> and with no landslide victories in iowa, really the big question is what's next. it's your voice, your vote with abc's political director rick klein. hey, rick, morning to you. >> reena and kendis, a vastly different republican race for president than we had just 24 hours ago. donald trump the candidate who famously hates loser is has lost the iowa caucuses. he is going to be regrouping and figuring out his campaign's next steps. now there are two viable alternatives that have emerged. one in ted cruz, the comeback
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conservative path and marco rubio another 40 something cuban-american senator finishing a close third place offering an optimistic vision, to establishment republicans a sigh of relief. to donald trump republicans, a question of regrouping. are his supporters for real. now that next contest in new hampshire just a week away becomes even more important. trump trying to bounce back, show that his initial surge in the polls was for real. now that voters are weighing in a big-time curveball here in iowa. reap na and kendis. >> our thanks to rick klein in des moines. our coverage of the iowa caucuses does not end there. we're live in iowa and new hampshire throughout the morning on "america this morning" and "good morning america." in north carolina, terror suspect is now also accused of robbery and murder of a neighbor. >> justin sullivan has been in jail since last june on charges he planned to aid isis. now he's charged with killing his neighbor to help finance his plans. he allegedly tried to use the
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hollow point bullets. >> i'm 100% convinced that if we had not intervened when we did, this plan would have ever been carried out. >> the indictment says sullivan planned to carry out his attack at a concert bar or a club where he could kill as many people as 1,000. he also allegedly tried to hire a hit man to kill his parents because he feared they would interfere with his plans. a tampa man is also in custody after authorities found eight pipe bombs in his home. atf says the suspect expressed anti-government sentiment. and besidessa, the bombs they also found an ak-47, a pistol and large amounts of ammunition. after his arrest, michael ramos reportedly told investigators he belongs to a militia group. >> the three southern california inmates who spent more than a week on the run appeared in court yesterday and face a long list of new charges and as we learned new details
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the orange county sheriff admits being terribly embarrassed and frustrated by the escape. she says changes have already been made in jail security following the incident. >> another court appearance, a virginia tech student charged with the murder and kidnapping of a 13-year-old girl went before a judge. david eisenhauer's hearing happened ahead of schedule and out of sight of reporters. police say that he knew the victim but they have not released any other details. his alleged accomplice natalie keepers also appeared before the judge. >> the ntsb released new images aboard the amtrak train that crashed in philadelphia last may. you can see the train before it goes off the track. the engineer testified that he pushed the throttle up for speed and then an supplypplied the brakes when he realized that he was going too fast into the curve. eight people were killed in that crash. a derailment and fire near cleveland forces hundreds of residents from their homes. investigators in the village of brewster say two cars left the
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they think a tanker full of butane may have sparked the fire. those living nearby were told to go to the local high school until area was safe. the presidential hopefuls may have some trouble leaving iowa behind them. it's already snowing there as we mentioned. major winter storm moves into the midwest including strong winds and travel may be difficult. with more, here's abc's clayton sandell. >> reporter: the storm now taking aim at iowa, already leaving a trail of weather woes. in colorado, another day of icy roads, spinouts and crashes. airlines canceled more than 500 flights through denver. near truckee, california, interstate 80 shut down. in southern california, powerful winds are bringing down huge trees. a giant oak killing that woman in san diego. >> and i saw their cars underneath and i -- just, yeah. my stomach just dropped. >> reporter: and a tv news crew from our san diego abc affiliate, kgtv, was seriously injured when a tree pinned them
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>> it snowed all day but some parts of colorado near the new mexico border have already seen more than two feet of snow in just the last 48 hours. clayton sandell, abc news, denver. >> dozens of flights have been canceled but so far just a handful from des moines. >> let's get the complete forecast right now from accuweather's paul williams. >> thank you. we are tracking a very dangerous storm that's sliding throughout the midwest. we're expecting it to move from the denver area right into let's say nebraska and kansas into iowa and right up towards wisconsin. we're talking about problems with whiteouts, significant road closures as a result of this blowing and drifting snow. now, that's the cold side of this system. the warmer side we have a serious threat of severe weather covering the deep south, the entire lower mississippi valley region which includes mississippi, alabama, as well as up towards missouri, arkansas and louisiana. right here where we see the greatest risk particularly along
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where we're seeing a targeted area of possible tornadoes and to the north on tuesday, travel delays up towards minnesota. kendis, reena. >> okay. thank you, paul. so the next winter olympics are in two years. but they're probably a little too soon for this young snow boarder. >> she's sloan henderson and she's only 14 months old. her mom and dad got her up and balancing on the snow board just a few weeks ago after she learned to walk. >> sloan's first rides were at home on the carpet. and then she was pulled around by her dad in the backyard. snow and now she's used to a small slope at the park city now and now she's used to a small slope at the park city mountain resort. looking pretty good. >> that's incredible. >> that's better than i could do. >> absolutely. i would agree with you. for me, too. >> yep. coming up, we're returning to our top story. more reaction from the iowa caucuses. >> including an update from the bernie sanders campaign in a dead heat with hillary clinton.
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in the united states of america. >> the candidates faced an electorate in iowa deeply divided and frustrated with washington. while the economy has improved under president obama, the recovery has eluded most of the middle and working classes. new terror threats at home and abroad have increased national security concerns and ted cruz's victory suggests religious rights still remains a formidable voting bloc. >> we'll turn now to our abc news political team and our reporter mary alice parks who has been following the sanders campaign. >> she asked his staff if his address was a victory speech and they said yes. and abc's mary alice parks checks in from iowa with your voice, your vote. >> thanks, reena, kendis. from day one, the bernie sanders campaign focused an incredible amount of attention here in iowa. the thinking was always that a victory here could show the rest of the country that bernie sanders could be taken seriously
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vulnerable. a few reporters were allowed upstairs to see bernie sanders watching the results come in. it was a personal intimate moment in his hotel room just upstairs here. he was with his wife and his children. and i have to say the senator was somber. he was concerned. he was very serious. on the groun we have seen this incredible energy, the 74-year-old socialist from vermont has inspired young people and millennials. we've seen these crowds where progressives have really come together to celebrate with like-minded people. but the question has always been, could the campaign transfer that energy and enthusiasm into votes. reena, kendis? >> all right. our thanks to maryalice there. coming up, a full breakdown of both sides of the race. >> and political analyst matthew
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ever since all the presidential candidates threw their hats in the ring, the buildup has been to last night's iowa caucuses. >> now after iowa, it's time to break it all down. abc's political analyst matt dowd has winners and losers starting with ted cruz and what his win could mean for his road to the white house. >> iowa's caucus has a larger percentage of evangelical voters than any other state that he's going to be faced with in the and he doesn't have a state right now where he can put together the same coalition. so he's got to figure out where he can win next and do the same thing he did in iowa. >> our rights do not come from the democratic party or the republican party. or even from the tea party. our rights come from our creator. >> iowa, we love you. we thank you. you're special. we will be back many, many times, in fact, i think i might come here and buy a farm.
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okay? >> if he had won tonight as the leader to start putting this race away and running the table, he would have won new hampshire and then won south carolina and basically begun to put the race away. he no longer can do that. it's a three-person race. it's incumbent upon him and a must to win new hampshire next week. >> the america that i believe in where the promise of that dream that we hold out to our children and our grandchildren never fades but inspires generations to come. join me, let's go win the nomination. thank you all and god bless you! >> like donald trump, she had an opportunity to basically start to put this race away with a clear victory tonight. she didn't get that. so now she faces a likely loss in new hampshire. so the next place she can win is south carolina. so that race is now which could have ever been shortened if she had won tonight overwhelmingly is now going to be a much longer
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>> and apparently, hillary clinton's press secretary brian fallon tweeting out based on the correct numbers, hillary clinton will emerge tonight with two more delegates than bernie sanders. apparently three places in iowa did a coin toss to determine who won there. coming up, from presidential campaign to the ad campaign behind the scenes of one of the most highly anticipated super bowl commercials. you're watching "world news
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bowl commercials. >> so which ones will win big on sunday? a favorite of last year is hoping for a repeat championship performance. here's "good morning america's" jesse palmer. >> with the next pick in the first draft ever, australia selects the kangaroo. >> yeah, i like that pick. >> it was one of the most talked about ads run in last year's super bowl. but they weren't selling beer. they were selling, would you believe, avocados. >> and mexico selects the avocado. >> great pick. >> well, they're back this year again and avocados from mexico and their ad agency invited us behind the scenes for a sneak peek at one of the most anticipated ads of super bowl 50. >> this is essentially a futuristic museum of culture in america. if aliens were to catch culture today, this is what they would see and their misinterpretations of some of those things. >> this is the white and gold dress that caused a civil war.
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>> in this year's ad, scott baio of happy days" fame makes an appearance. >> i got a call from my agent saying avocados from mexico want to do a commercial with me in it. and i said wl, i eat them. so okay, what's the spot? >> while scott may eat avocados. >> my wife tells me they're a good fat. which i kind of like. >> at up to $4.5 million for an ad on the super bowl, well, that's a lot of avocados. actually, if you took the number of avocados that will be sold in the week leading up to the super bowl, and turned them into a bowl of gawk colby, they would reach 53 feet high. if you think there's pressure on the guys playing in the super bowl, try being an advertising executive. >> it's weird sitting there. you watch the super bowl spot and you just look down and wait for ten seconds to see what twitter says. you're like, oh, gosh. we're good. >> anybody want to feed scott baio? it's included in the price of admission. >> can i have a chip?
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>> apparently he didn't tell his friends he had done that commercial because he wants them to see it. >> and be surprised? >> exactly. >> he looked good. that commercial is pretty funny looking. that's the news for this half hour. > remember to follow us on facebook, wnnfans.com. facebook, wnnfans.com. i believe, i believe believe we're still worth the fight you'll see there's hope for this world tonight i believe, i believe yeah
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as an american, it's hard to hear that we have a serious hunger issue in our country. and as a parent, it's even harder to hear that one in 5 of our kids struggles with hunger, especially when billions of pounds of good food are wasted every year. feeding america is a nationwide network of food banks that helps provide billions of meals to families in need right in your community. visit feedingamerica.org to support feeding america and your local food bank.
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this morning, "your voice, your vote," the iowa caucuses surprises, upsets. >> i love you people. >> and a humble donald trump. >> we finished second and i want to tell you something, i'm just honored. >> the candidate who says he hates losers losing the first presidential contest. >> ted cruz pulling off the upset. >> tonight is a victory for courageous conservatives across iowa.
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